Wednesday, March 22, 2017

Columnist Alan Guebert breaks down commodity projections for 2017.

Many have questioned why newspapers continue to run his columns. Alan Guebert weighs in on the subject.

Livestock market analysts are hard-pressed to explain the quick, post-election move upward, but suspect the rallies can't last.

Farmers and ranchers, who pollsters say voted overwhelmingly for Trump, remain wary, because 20 percent of all U.S. farm production is sold overseas.

Even before he’s inaugurated though, Donald Trump will play a role in negotiating the not-yet-passed 2017 federal budget.

While elected officials — good and bad — come and go, the people always persevere.

Individual companies in the food industry follow the market. That's the way the market works. What doesn't work is telling your customer they're wrong.

Alan Guebert reflects on the meaning of community in today's world.

The more the American meat and milk sectors industrialize, the more these key parts of American agriculture resemble industry itself.

The delicious food and lovely sights of Nova Scotia and Prince Edward Island are hard for columnist Alan Guebert to forget.
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